Larry Kudlow, the former economic adviser to President Ronald Reagan, said the Trump administration needs to sharpen its focus and message on a tax plan that will win quick approval in Congress and help to boost the economy.
“You can’t do everything all the time all at once. You have to lay out some priorities,” Kudlow said on CNBC in a discussion of how political pressures are shaping President Donald Trump’s policies. “You’re not going to get it on tax reform that includes everything. Go for what you can get.”
Trump’s first 11 weeks in office have included executive orders to remove some of President Barack Obama’s restrictions on the energy industry and government contractors, while pushing for cost savings in the executive branch. But a Republican plan to change the Affordable Car Act, also known as “Obamacare,” was withdrawn amid strife within the party.
Kudlow said the White House